Punta de Lobos and Noosa declared World Surfing Reserves

Punta de Lobos and Noosa declared World Surfing Reserves


Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

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The Chilean big wave surf break of Punta de Lobos and the idyllic Australian point break of Noosa have been officially declared the 9th and 10th World Surfing Reserves, respectively…

Read Full Article, Surfer Today (11-20-2017)

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A stretch of Australia’s Sunshine Coast named a World Surfing Reserve; Lonely Planet (11-21-2017)
A gorgeous stretch of Australia’s coast known for “its beautiful pointbreaks and visionary coastal conservation” has been named the 10th World Surfing Reserve…

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